Violence against Indigenous women is “escalating like never before,” the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) has warned. A series of tragedies have rocked the city of Vancouver in recent months.
The family of Gaia Pope-Sutherland have criticised the police after an inquest found she had died from hypothermia hours after running away from her home while suffering a mental health crisis.
In this small but mighty exhibition, Paul Trevor’s collection of photographs capture a critical moment for the fight against racism in Britain. The Turning Point focuses on Bengalis living in the east end of London.
Some new measures would would completely remove an individual’s right to attend a protest. JUSTICE therefore opposes the Bill in its entirety, and will call on Parliamentarians to vote it down.
The parents of Amari Boone continue to seek justice for their son, a North Texas toddler who was killed in April 2020 while under the watch of his temporary foster care placement.
Following the deaths of newborn babies in prisons, a new campaigning organisation protested outside Parliament against the incarceration of pregnant women, reports Feyzi Ismail.
JUSTICE has today submitted our response to the Consultation to reform the Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA). Our response highlights Government proposals to replace the HRA with a Bill of Rights.
The UN estimates that about 100,000 Ukrainians have already been displaced due to the Russian invasion, and that number could grow to 1 to 5 million. Is the international community responding quickly enough?